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actually get ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> it' s a small convenience store. he' s behind the counter. you have someone in there with a knife. robbery. the terrifying moments at a concord convenience store. kevin: a lighter breeze out ll see a few systems this week, ahead. erin: end of the road. the patriots wrap up their season with a loss to the broncos. what coach bill belichick had to say about his team. and digging out. the nation' s capitol remains shut down after a weekend blizzard. how it' s continuing to impact travelers across the country.
now, wmur news 9 at noon continues. erin: a clerk who was slashed with a knife during a robbery is recovering at home today. good afternoon. i' m erin fehlau. police have released some surveillance pictures in hopes that someone will recognize the suspect invovled in the theft and assault in downtown concord yesterday afternoon. wmur' s ray brewer is live outside the store, where he spoke to the victim' s son. ray: the clerk' s son says his dad is recovering at home, that he was a little shaken up by the attack but he is expected to be fine. this surveillance photo shows the man who robbed the concord mart convenience store, slashing the clerk with a knife, according to concord police. police say as the robber entered the store he threatened the clerk. >> he made a comment to the clerk something to the effect of " do you want to die?" or " if you don' t give me the money you' re going to die." ray: this was about 2:30 sunday afternoon. police say except for the clerk and the robber the store at 242 north main street was empty. it was while the robber was
struggle began. >> the suspect began taking money out of the register and the clerk tried to defend himself or fend off the suspect with a stick and during the struggle the clerk' s hand was lacerated by the suspect' s knife. ray: the suspect then left the store and was last seen running west on franklin street. >> he' s described as a male, possibly in his 40's, we' re not certain. there appears to be some gray facial hair. he' s wearing a dark hooded jacket. ray: police aren' t sure if the suspect is from concord, but because he ran away and there' s no evidence that a car was used, they think he might live in the area. police say they are checking with surrounding towns to see if there have been any similar robberies, but they are also asking anyone who may have seen the suspect in concord to give them a call. reporting live, ray brewer, wmur news 9.
route 124 is closed between new ipswich center and 123 after a propane truck rolled over. firefighters from new hampshire and massachusetts are responding to the scene. a woman is accused of taking money meant for a merrimack senior citizens group and pocketing the money. merrimack police have charged 47-year-old joanne diaz with theft by unauthorized taking. police say she volunteered to make phone calls for donations to the club' s yearly fundraiser. that' s when she cashed one of the checks and kept the money. manchester police arrest a man for his alleged involvement in a hit and run, and find even more. police say 29-year-old jason deluca allegedly hit a jeep with his honda accord friday evening and left the scene. police caught up with him a short time later and discovered deluca also had several grams of heroin on him, along with dozens of pills, a scale and packaging material. he faces several charges.
patriots fans. the broncos beat new england 20 to 18, advancing to super bowl 50 where they will play the carolina panthers. this morning, coach bill belichick said he felt the same way today as he did last night. he is proud of his team but also has regrets. and he' s ready to look ahead to >> we' ll look at everything we did and try to analyze that. we' ll look at whatever opportunities we have going forward, make the decisions we feel are best for the team. erin: belichick also said he did not blame a malfunction in the tablets used on the sidelines for the team' s loss. while we saw a beautiful coast weren' t so lucky. right now, cleanup efforts are underway in places like washington d.c., new york and philadelphia after a blizzard slammed into the area. than two feet of snow on parts
meteorologist kevin skarupa is here to tell us if we can expect any snow in the coming week. kevin: as you go through a winter season, there will always be weaker systems. that pretty much is our week. still a lot of lingering clouds. from the foothills south, nothing but sunshine. we will eventually go partly cloudy later tonight. we started off in the teens and 20' s. we are in the upper 20' s. even warmer air will make its way towards us. looking ahead, we eventually see milder temperatures starting tomorrow. we will have all the details with futurecast coming up in just a few minutes. erin: while we didn' t see any snow from the storm here, we are still feeling the ripple effects from it this afternoon.
flight board at manchester-boston regional airport, where you can see several flights are still canceled or delayed. and it' s not just air travel impacted. amtrak is also running a modified schedule due to the weather. at least 30 deaths have been blamed on that major winter storm, which affected people from the gulf coast to new england. and today, the nation' s capital remains shut down as officials caution this will be a multi-day cleanup effort. >> while we have made some progress, there is still a lot more to do. and we will work to continue to clear our major arteries. erin: congress is postponing votes until next week. but other parts of the country are getting back on track. in new york, train service resumed for the morning commute. and in pennsylvania, people who were stuck on the turnpike are finally free and back home. in commitment 2016 coverage, a week from today, iowa will
2016 presidential race. over the weekend, the des moines clinton for the democrats, and marco rubio on the republican meanwhile, former new york mayor michael bloomberg is considering t seem to be shaking up candidates on either >> i' d love to have him come in, cause i love the competition frankly, i mean it would be great if bloomberg -- i' d love bloomberg to come in. is, if i didn' t get the nomination, he might consider well, i' m going to relieve him so he doesn' t have to. erin: the new hampshire primary is just two weeks from tomorrow. and it is a pretty quiet day on the campaign trail here in new hampshire. new jersey governor chris christie has stops planned in greenland, merrimack and hooksett. john kasich is in newmarket, manchester, and kingston. and donald trump will be in farmington tonight.
candidate and texas governor for president. perry said right now, he consistent conservative. and referencing the tight contest between cruz and front-runner donald trump, he said the primary race appears to perry dropped his 2016 presidential bid last september. right now, a boil water order remains in effect for the town of lisbon. the state department of environmental services advises people to boil their water for at least 2 minutes before drinking it. the order comes after e. coli was found in a sample from the town' s water system. officials say the issue has been addressed, but they are waiting for more test results before lifting the order, which could happen by wednesday. coming up, poisonous water. how a boston native is helping the residents of flint, michigan with a basic necessity. and, missing prisoners. how 3 men escaped from a california prison. kevin: temperatures start
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erin: turning now to the latest on the toxic water crisis in flint, michigan. a bottled water company owned in part by sean diddy combs and boston' s mark wahlberg is pledging to donate 1 million bottles of water to impacted residents. aqua-hydrate says it' s sending 5,000 cases of water to flint and will continue to provide bottles to residents until the city' s water problems are solved. the water is expected to be delivered wednesday. right now, a massive manhunt is underway in california for 3 inmates who escaped a maximum security jail. officials say the inmates managed to cut through steel bars in their cells before sneaking through plumbing tunnels and onto the roof before rappelling to the ground. authorities say the escapees are considered very dangerous and they may be armed. >> we are in a position when we absolutely need the public' s help. there are people out there who know who these people are, may have seen them. erin: authorities are now offering a $50,000 reward for
the inmates are charged with murder, attempted murder and kidnapping. a japanese rocket maker says a large piece of metal that washed up on a beach in thailand is likely part of a rocket launched by japan and not a missing malaysian plane. the discovery of the metal sparked speculation that it might be from malaysia airlines flight 370, which disappeared almost two years ago. experts say based on photos, the metal piece is highly likely to be part of a japanese rocket that was launched from southern japan. japanese auto parts maker takata is facing more trouble. a tenth death has been linked to the company' s faulty airbags. as a result, u.s. regulators have added five million more cars to the 19 million vehicles already under recall. takata shares plummeted 11% today at the news. the company released a statement offering condolences to the victim' s family. takata faces multiple private legal actions, millions of dollars in fines and a u.s. justice department investigation. we had all that snow. that didn' t hit us over the weekend.
kevin: there will be several systems over the next two weeks. it is a matter of how close they are. for the week this week. break. re cooking up a tasty wine-inspired dish! how you can make this blackened chicken pasta. looks like this deck is a popular spot for both birds and squirrels. you can submit your pictures and video, and join the thousands of ulocal members, by logging onto ulocal.wmur.com. you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel that's not the way america is supposed to operate.
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turning to the south later on this evening, starting a warming trend. clouds may start to break apart over the next couple of hours. to the south and west, more clouds moving towards us. it will be partly cloudy for the rest of us. temperatures later tonight only dropping into the teens and 20' s. temperatures are anywhere from the upper 20' s to low and mid 30' s. tomorrow and wednesday, above 40. a lot of locations here are much
the wind is under 10 miles an hour. we will see local like breezes -- lake breezes. behind the huge storm system that moved through the mid-atlantic states, things have modified nicely. partly cloudy later on this evening. temperatures likely dropping s. there may be a stray shower through the day or even a snow shower tomorrow evening. as the cool air comes in, the breeze picks up on wednesday. temperatures likely still mild enough to start the day that we get near 40 in some areas before we cool off wednesday night and early thursday. temperatures will be back in the mid-20' s and mid-30' s ahead of
it will try to link up with the next system making its way across california. we don' t see anything more than very indirect effects. s to mid-30' s this afternoon. light wind and clouds lessening of north. -- up north. a couple of systems, one later tomorrow, when later friday. another one by friday. let' s head to cook' s corner. erin: it' s wine week, and today we' re joined by peter merriam of merriam vineyards and malik hammond from the common man. we have a big event coming up on thursday night. there are events going on all week long. ellis about the ones you are involved with. -- tell us about the ones you are involved with. guest: we have been doing wine
will be in town throughout the week. we will be in store signing bottles and doing tastings. there are several wine dinners between now and the event on thursday night. s a lot going on. a lot to be involved with. erin: i know you have been what are you cooking for us today? guest: today i have a blackened chicken pasta dish. it pairs well with merlot. at one of ends, we will be there. -- at one of the events, we will be there. it' s going to be a great week. erin: why did you choose this wine? guest: we leave it up to the chef to taste the wines at first to see what they would like to prepare with it. i believe merlot is one of the red wines that can be served with a lot of different food
it is really quite versatile. it has a little less bite than cabernet. it is very soft and elegant. there is a low acidic quality to the wind. e. it is very compatible with a lot of different dishes. you don' t have to stay with the main course where red is for meat and white is for fish. merlot can really crossover. erin: and there a lot of spices. it must stand up. guest: it does, but not overly spicy. erin: tell us about the vineyard. guest: we first started in sonoma county. i had some friends i grew up with in new england who moved to wine country and i would visit them on occasion. i started looking at vineyard
in 2000, the merlot was the first wine we produced. this is our 16th harvest this year. since 2001, we have been sustainably farming. our newest release was certified organic. erin: we appreciate you coming in. this looks wonderful. we have played here so you can see -- we have it plated hearsay can see the finished result. i know you have other events that people can attend this week. thanks so much.
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suffering from the condition are exposed to cold temperatures, they may experience redness, itching, swelling and, in severe cases, anaphylactic shock.
sensitive often cannot go outside during the winter, swim in cool water or even enjoy a drink with ice cubes. this is a real thing. kevin: we show the allergy report in spring and summer and fall. maybe we should encompass winter. we are tracking a couple of systems. no big storms for the time being. erin: starting tonight at 5:00, as candidates flock to iowa for next week' s caucuses, one white house hopeful says he' s not leaving new hampshire. and a new option for travelers
who want hotel quality at affordable prices. that does it for us. thanks for joining us.